- Full-day stick-shift dune buggy adventure in Punta Cana
- Visit Uvero Alto, Playa La Vacama and Zandanja
- Enjoy a scenic trip near the beach on horseback
- Hotel pickup and drop-off, lunch, snacks and drinks included
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What You Can Expect
Start your adventure by driving to Uvero Alto, a famous beach town on the northeast side of the island. From there, you'll head inland towards Nissibon, passing workers in the rice fields tending to their crops. On the way, you'll stop at a typical Dominican colmado (grocery store) for a refreshing soft drink.
Then, steer through Playa La Vacama and drive approximately 9 miles (15 km) on a secluded, palm-fringed beach. Feel free to jump off your dune buggy and take a refreshing swim in the ocean to cool off! Head over to the Hotel La Cueva for a delicious lunch and free time.
Upon arrival at Hotel La Cueva, you'll be served lunch before having some free time to enjoy the facilities. Then take a scenic trip by horseback!
Jump back in your dune buggy and make your way to Zadanja for another stop at a colmado (grocery store) for a soft drink, snack and quick visit with the locals before driving back to the Punta Cana area.
great day out Charlie was a good tour rep, had lots of fun and got really dirty, don't wear cloths you don't want to spoil, learn about the island meet nice people ,
This is the only dune buggy tour to take. After talking to some people in our resort, we were worried. They all complained that you are taken from one tourist trap to another and spend your whole day saying no and pushing people away that are trying to sell you everything under the sun.
This company is completely different. You don't go to a single tourist area. They take you to an actual town where they get you a snack in a local grocery store and tell you about the way people live. They tell you NOT to give money to the children asking for it in the street. You have lunch at a hotel out in the middle of no where that serves fresh, local and delicious food. There is one place where the kids are far from town and don't get to go for supplies often. If you bring some hard candy, like Jolly Ranchers, you can give that out to them. But no money.
You will get dirty! I don't mean a few specks of dust, I mean head to toe (especially if there has been a decent amount of rain lately) covered in mud. So don't wear your fancy resort clothes. Make sure to take something old that doesn't really matter to you. It is so much fun.
And make sure you call to verify your pick up time like the voucher says or they won't be there to get you, which would be a shame, you don't want to miss out on this.